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Go Figure (2005)

TV-G | | Comedy, Drama, Family | TV Movie 10 June 2005
A teenager dreams of becoming a champion ice-skater, and soon discovers a top Russian instructor is working at a nearby private school.

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Katelin Kingsford
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Hollywood Henderson
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Natasha Goberman
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Mojo
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Ed Kingsford
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Bob
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Hooner (as Austin B. Jepson)
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"Go Figure" follows 14-year-old Katelin in her quest to become a world class championship ice skater. When renowned Russian figure skating coach Natasha Goberman offers to train her at the private school where she teaches, Katelin will do almost anything to take advantage of the opportunity - even join the girl's hockey team on scholarship. Written by Anonymous

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[In the ice rink, Natasha is training Katelin with Pamela in the background]
Natasha Goberman: That's what I want... focus... still... champion.
Pamela: Champion? Not on my watch.
[Storms off]
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I give it an 'F'
30 June 2005 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

this movie was a horrible excuse for...a movie. first of all, the casting could have been better; Katelyn the main character looked nothing like her TV mom.

also, the plot was pathedic. it was extremely cliché and predictable. the ending was very disappointing and cheesy. (but thats all i'll say about that).

the nail in the bag though, was a scene when Katelyn (jordan hinson) was supposed to be crying, but the girl couldn't cry on command! there were no tears streaming down her face, just a few unbelievable sobs. she is not a dynamic actress at all. she gave the same fake little laugh identical to that of hillary duff on lizzie Maguire (sp?). thats when the movie went from not-so-good, to just plain bad. it really looked like she was acting.

in a nutshell: this movie was really bad! it was kind of a mix of every cliché kid movie from the 1990's that everyone's sick of--only worse!

i give it an 'F', because it was just so darn hard to sit through (b/t/w, i was babysitting when i saw it).

however, you may like it if your 9 or under. ;)


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